Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Graphic design (Typography), Color-printing Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=OVM5AAAAMAAJ&oe=UTF-8
byChevreul, M. E. (Michel Eugène), 1786-1889; Digeon, René Henri, engraver; J.-B. Baillière et fils, publisher; Imprimerie de É. Martinet, printer
Atlas of plates for color matching, according to Chevreul's system of color analysis, intended for the use of painters, textile designers, decorators, gardeners, etc., rather than scientists. Includes description of "chromochalcographie", Digeon's 4-color aquatint printing process (using separate plates for yellow, blue, red, black), with notes on the composition of the pigments Topics: Color, Color, Colors, Color printing, Color separation
Wm. H. Page & Co. Specimens of chromatic wood type, borders, etc. manufactured by Wm. H. Page & Co. The Co., Greeneville, Conn. : 1874.  leaves : col. ill. ; 47 cm. Topics: Type and type-founding., Color printing., Printing--Specimens.
HP's Data Central Blog By Michael_Thacker Hewlett-Packard's ink cartridges promise a clear, sharp and vivid range of color. Anyone who has ever printed out a picture from a little league game or a document in the office knows this! But Paul Nash, Senior Plastics Engineer at HP, is focused on just one color — green. He's helping to develop the HP closed loop ink cartridge recycling process. The process combines recycled content from HP ink cartridges with recycled plastic bottle materials to... Topics: searchonly, hp, |, hewlett, packard, |, printing, |, recycling, |, color, printing, |, ink,...